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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 March 1862

The Chronicle. Th Largeat Circulation of any papar paouanea in ueimoni uoumjr Local Matters. t&Do IT. Whn you ba read th p-aparvor any rHhar, wrap it up carsftllly and ssnd it to four ion, or brothsr, of mbd ia the army. Yen cannot confer M treat a faror, to aarily, yt any other way; Oar brave boy have Hot the facilities you have for kettlrif paper. Thousand of tbem who here been aoeustoiasd to read the pa pers regularly, new never get to fee one. Only thiuk of the privation 1 We ere lore bur volunteer are not remembered sufficient ly ilk little things. Those wbo have friends in the servioa of the oountry, ot course feel an intense solichud for their comfort and welfare. Id the dreary routine of camp lift) the pleasure that a letter Or paper from the ' loved cues at home fives, oan bard' ly be apprfeoiitted. We have conversed with some, and had letters from ethers, and know1 that nothing so bitten oh ears these gloomy hours as such remembranoee. wa sty, then, to every one who ha...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 March 1862

Belmont Chronicle. War Orders. WAimnimilt, Marsh 11 Ths following order bj the President were published by authority in th Intelligencer oi this morn ing. . Thoir ioiportuie and bearing ire manifest:,.,.., .. ". [WAR GAZETTE—PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] ": rrr.J - - [WAR GAZETTE—PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.1862. President's General War Order No. 1. - ruary,- IH6X be the day for general move ment of the land and naval force of the United Btate against the lntrargnnt forces ; that especially the army at and about Fort re! Monroe, the army of the Potomac, the army of Wutom Virginia, the army near Munibrdfille, Ky.. the army and flotilla at Cairo and a naval force in the Oulf of Mexico, be ready for a movement on that day; that all' other forces, both land artd' navalwith, their" roftpeotive .commanders, obey exiatiar orders tat the tiros and be ready to ftlhll adihtional orders whon duly given ; 4 that the Secretaries of War and of the Navy,. with all th...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 March 1862

'' ' ' "PUBLISHED- ' ",; , 'l ; ffvry Thursday Morning, : - '.-by- . ( :. 0. L. POORMAN.1 . DrriOHHiimlr Hall llulldlns. ftw door AHiaat ftlunttliIHa I,. I ... VKlUMMr"'-' r) -J nrti.Haii in - -- in Mid erhhia ik - I' )w SI m M Dl am witmuina Tear w. ..... ... a no ft Claa e Viz, aaola (paid in advance.. 1 So (paid i ' B7NopaarilliionUnoedantttallarrerafMarpid, . ueepl at the option of tin publleher. . Business Cards. Mil 1 ir v .(;0 1,1 'J- A. E. WELLS, , Attorney . at Law, jrj MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. j , to oelleeUng and eacuring claim, D. D, T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ; . 8T.. CLAIR8VILLE, 0, ' - fViJ!( : OTu OpPinhe. ht Lnh Ilotua, ana pvet TfoH'o A,.. OOWEN & HOQE, -.. V!wfc&eyS "tit Xaw, 4 . ;,' T. CbAIRSVILLB, O. -' f APFICC opnotita Ik Levr1. Houm,' and orar Troll-. , J MM.. i f' ;,V Dr. John Alexander, , ST. CLAIIJHVII.L.K, OHIO. OFFICE AND RKSIDKNCE 111 tha Seminary prop. . any, Woat and of town. fe j f JW1GJLE, I MERCHANT TAILORS, t, , im i St. Clalrsvllle, Ol...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 March 1862

THtRIDATf MARCH , 1. .' ' VA ranmwwMinM tnttaoee) tot iiieeriio In the aarl a ea kaMMM relating I Hie erXee, abooti be ' J ejeVKeaee " BolmtMH Chermlele. at Clalmlllc, Uliio. Flag af fae free heart's hflie end some! Br aaael ande te valot tVB ' Tar eiara bin lit be welkie some, Aa .11 tkf ' " "" Fareear anal t'.at etandard erieelt , : WUn kreathee le foe Bill telle , Vf lib rmdoa'l eoU bmn '. aVast rreedem's tulll etteamla er u ! FROM THE 43D REGIMENT. FROM THE 43D REGIMENT. Editorial Correspondence of the Belmont Chronicle. ARMY OF THE MISSISSIPPI. CAMP NEW MADRID. March 1862. ' Sine my la't letter the 43d haa visited th own and fortifications of New Madrid, Under: the p'enniaaiongrantod in tbe follow ing order: HEADQUARTERS MISSISSIPPI DIST., NW MADRID, March 14.'62. SPECIAL ORDER NO. 55. In considurntinn o tho distinguished wr ' vices of the 3Vth. 27th, 41 aud Wd Ohio llogiments, composing the 1st Division, under oiinuiand nf Brig.-Gon. P. S. Stan- Icy, the 10th and 16lh Illinois...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 March 1862

Belmont Chronicle. .Ths Largest Circulation of any papsr . puousnea in uoimout uouniy. Local Matters. I . MTToc following ii a oopjr of h letter from tho E litori of the Memphis Appeal ; to.' Oen. Jeff. Thompson," alluded to hy JCavt. FoonuM, ' In hi letter? la auotber : column: r ' , OFFICE OF THE MEMPHIS APPEAL. OFFICE OF THE MEMPHIS APPEAL. Dec. 2d. 1862. . Gen. Jr.it. lhommon. Nib Madrid. Mo. ' Mr Diar Si a : We are more thin obli ged and thankful fur the St. Louis, papers which we received from you yesterday. . They were eiaotly what we wanted and lun&u nuuu U9W ul t""" u Mj-iiiuuvw Ap nea). As a Door return for the fuvor ba- stowed, we send you a pnokaue of paper Irom various quarters. JNow that we uavo ' disposed of this matter of thanks, &o.,we begto introduce to you Mr. W. 0. Vaughan, one of theSuperiiitcudants of this office, " who visits your camp upon the special mis sion to ohtsin Pre (?) Lincoln's Message, and we have asked him to apply to you loi the earliest ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 March 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Great Battle of Pea Ridge. Pull Particulars of the Three Days' Pull Particulars of the Three Days' Fighting. [Amy Correspondence of the Cincinnati Times.] CAMP SIGEL. PEA RIDGE. Benton Co., Ark. Monday evening, March 10. Bofor this reaches Cincinnati, yon will tfs bat- nave learned of the great three days tie, fought on Vea Hidf T,. Ttnntnn MMintlf J K V. . VUIIWIIVUUIIIII .Art. eoD.roenoiri on Thursday morning, 'the 6th, and cloning on Saturday afternoon, the tth inst., certs inly one ot the severest .nn.Mti .lurinir the war. and littlo. if auy, behind the great struggle at ort Won- Blinll. . v TbubftUle, likoihat up theLumooriftna, . i . ...... i .Hinnii in I CKwniiuu uur vrwi ut was characterised by a vast amount of irrcg- ck.:- ...i. i imnnmi i a to UIHI UKIlblUK., I"...... o iv ... r , embrace with the eye, and almost iinpossi- bhv to describe in detail. 8ch partioulars, as loan gather amid the tumult and eonfusion that attend and follow a bat- tie, I wil...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 April 1862

Xtt0rif Thur$dap Miming ' ' 0. L. P00RMAN. " ' few diwMliMl af SJowat iuumi. . . . XKUMMl 9EU aukaarilter. nr. aiinnia. Ill naid Wllljla 1m year! W M aetaald wttMa tie year H ou Clak at , each, (paid in advance,) ' 1 W tTJTNepapa'r dieeauttnued eotll all inwiM an paid, ' . axeepl at lha ejiilon of tiia pulillber. Business Cards. A.E. WELL8, , Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. ILL ftlUtU l tllMlin n4 tMuriiif Uim. M7 : D. D. T. COWEN,. Attorney at Law, Sli CLAIRSTILLE, 0. kFPfCB aapaalH Lawtt HaoM, aud evar Trntl'a t Siora. n'. ' -i-- r ' I 'a7 ,COWEir&HOQE, .A-ttornevs at Law ITi CLAlnSVlLLK, O. o FFICE oppoain lha Lawia Hauaa, ana oval Tralt'a i Dr. John Alexander, MX. CLA1BH VILLK, OHIO. OFFICE AND RK8IDFJ(CB tu lha Sanunarj- prop art) Weal aud of town , . . la? JPK.VT T JVUGIjE, MERCHANT TAILORS, St. Clalrivllle, Ohio, ' HATH ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT Cloths, Cassluierci k. Ta) tints j ' wtiiak ikay artll maka la araar in lha ueaiaal atjrla ana on 4k abaat raaaouak...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 April 1862

Ijelmoat Chrotri tU. 'iV OliA 1H VlM,Kl TNCllDAYt APKIl, 8, !. 1 AI1 a4mmttlettoia Inteinlrd for ijiaanion In tha Iwiliim rrlaUnf ) (Act, ahnald In BVk'.' 0f.,tol Hi Clairarllla, 6W" ' - LI"! .''.!- -.5- ' ' 1 ' Flu at IV tn haarl'i tpa SOi ham I ' f aagal hanaa to valor i.n ! ttf mn tin III tl n'Un i"i , a all )f wara brn anaivan. ITatavar doal toll atanriaid ahaell ' Wim ariaihaa ha fa but lalia tafn aa, , Wlik rraaaam'a aeU baaaatk ear faat, .., :j JU4rrta4oo aar atraanunf o'aa ai! TJuocMidtt tonal tTnlon TOWNSHIP TICKET. i-r, r. ISAAC T AUG ART. ' - -''ALPUHB- NH HOIA ..'', ANDlthiVV 1'UUTKHIi-lKLD. CLKIIK, r ; ... WM. H. TALLMAX. " WM. ROSS ROTS. ASSESSOR, JOSEPH B0G03. ' ' CONSTAItLKS, . ; JOHN C. JONES, : ajAMUEL TAYLOR. "'. OTIB.VWOR, St. Chirsrilte District,) WM. GRIMES. Corporation Ticket. MAYOR, - Dtt. HENRY WEST. ftECOnPER, . .WM. U. TALLMAN. COUNCIL, '''- W J. 'cnYMME, ' " JAS. W. COLLINS, ' WM. ROSS RITTS, ' 1. T) T. COW EN, '.-' " SAMUEL KLINE. MaHMtMHMaMal FROM THE 4...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 April 1862

Belmont Chronicle. fche Largest Circulation of any paper puDiianea in Aeimoni uoumy. trr t r-.r --u., -.-j Local Matters. 1- iH0Tba.''Deuu)omUo" . oiMting at, tlie .Osus-Heus, Saturday; weiuloateel tho ' following ticket : ' ' ' T , , lruttte flo. Brown. , . wm. Meek. Wm. MeUr.de. . , Clerk J. A. Hinker. i i ' Irtaturer William 8. Campbell ' Aeot1 Archibald Uiffen . CtmsljMesVVm. Ricflj Alex. William,' . ... Supervisor Jm. Andenioo. """ H. B. Smitb, Esq., waa thrown off the ticket, because tie i a Union oian. So waa Mr. Jon, Boggs, cur present As?sor ; aud , the beat Assessor wo hare bad, too, for a doieo years, a every one admit. William S. Campbell wm president of the meeting. ",'". "J. There are some good men on this ticket: , - bat the persona that composed the meeting, knowing their self-styled "Democracy" had a large majority in this Township, purpose- ly nomioated some of the most obnoxious i wee lhr havoja ,tbe JTowiwhip. . It.ra- .enatna t6 be aeen whother the voters of Bio...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 April 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Report the Select Committee of the Ohio Senate on Camp Chase and its Rebels and "Slaves." The Select Coimnittee to whom wn re ferred Sonata Joint resolution No. i re'"" - tiro to the rebel prisoners at Camp Chase, ' together with the special meia;re of the " Governor relating thereto, bog leave to re- That unrlirtt; the reptV of the Governor to Senate iminiries lew fiift li in wits desirable. ar.lia.1 nnon hint, and were favored , with a long and setifcfactirv interview, and Ira with passes in camp ".mase rn)nanii auch athnr facilities for investigation aa it ' wunoHMble fur him to afford. Nubsemient- ly your committee visited Camp Otitis, and bv tne wormy oomtnunnain ni mm pun. fjoli Granville Moadv, wflttr shown through tha nrijons and kindlv allowed all the liber ties noccs'arj to further lo obJctit of their visit. YoarcommUtee found some t, 301 persons confined in these prisons m-Mtly from Ten Prwsee, Kentucky, Missouri and Mississippi. . Their quartera were, ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 April 1862

.JSry" tfaMrgtiavs tlMtMr, M n-t ' Y ""! ' : i ' iuiiuO. L. POORMANi.i ! ttrriOH-Uwmik Mb a nntiainj. fw4xir Kt of lit" 1'KUHIIi IM ;l sd5 WifaitfitnlveB- nk t Mm. aoa.idmUI inattvauet v i, Jit papar iMteoaunued nul all arraaragtt are paia, AFFAIRS IN NASHVILLE. AFFAIRS IN NASHVILLE. SPEECH OF GOV. GEN, ANDREW JOHNSON. GOV. GEN, ANDREW JOHNSON. DELIVERED ON SATURDAY AT. THE CAPITOL. . C ' . U '('real U- Nn.uM. Plri H.) ; I cause a I . thebatt! .-taxAt thaiour xf Hi ocloek, Governor JohMMi-look his-stand at.tb Speaker's (leak of theRopresctita'tive' Hull, and spoke asfollows: ' Ladim Awr.PxfiowCrTtr;Ki; Uf avjfore'yo o-day undif extraordinary fctmsaah,. which 1 preeuni is unuer jtoodif sIK" I tin hot intht habit of mak--v.... Immb nUftllnni r kitt- til niv crude Wav. .1 Antra IA address Voii in the spirit of one iLWfcalaaaVp-Uiavaa w-you itini... i Wk.rl ka tn nr 1 will bottio byoottlne jour attention to the time when I made my valedictory address as Chief Executive of ,our State." W...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 April 1862

rtlf,tiLAlRVILl.E TNCWIOAt, APBll, 10, !. 1 AN raMMwma bnmM (or sneeruo In the Hmrilw (elednj ', a 4 .tmo rtw.M. m. Clarrwtlia, 0l.'' ... Fbu W tSo froe Sean's oy oiBmo.t -If enael haoda la rale t"" . ... ' Thy m Ulrhewolkln torn: '. im all rjrraaeowerobora w r vo. 1 Titmr tMI lial etandard sbeell Wlin braatheo the foe bat falls before a Wl i FraWon't ebll beneath, onr feet, ,ni m tit odooa'a baatm attoaaalna o'ov an I .1 THE NEWS. ;:,,lfGpv, flpwgtr tid the present in jumbent -oftko State offices of Rhode Inland, have .beeare-elocied without opposition, v . -((Jo. Johatba writ to the President from y.ishWlle an omolal statement of what was ''rerioudy known unofficially,.. that the ae Josasioo fooling la that neighborhood Is very ' '.atoav'. ."'.! .-(. .. ;..-i...V'! '"' '" Toh Ja,oney, President of the Virginia . Convention which pretended to take that '. Bute out ef the Union, is reported M having renewed hit oath of allegiance to the United States. Mr. Jaoney is a prominent oitit...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 April 1862

Belmont Chronicle. f h Largest Qirotilatlott of any paper published in Baimont Oounty. Local Matters. Notice to Blacksmiths. A V ALVAaVC.nl TT at TIKM4I lot .ale. '.. , , For perueulare enuulta al title , !. .flit . firBlLMOfT CottSTT 8TATIitTI0.-Ib t1,ij Rfpdtf of AaTouniiuIoiiw f Sutistidn ... ( th Stat of Ohio, for 1381, r find many ..... intarsstiag statistic of Belmont county. Id "'I860 Belmont county produo'' of of 22,435 arras, 189,034 bushels of wheat, fin( 5t53, 4r7 btuhslsia 1881. In 1800, 1,223 mtm waiaowdia ry, producing 9, MO bushels, ' and 1,941 Mr of barley oroduoed 39.565 " iushela of that grain. Ofoorn, 30,443 torn ' warn planted, from which 1,220,747 bushels . were produced. ' Ther were 2,603 aoree of , , buckwheat, produoing 29,083 bushel, lod of Oats, 21,506 acres, produoing 680,375 bushels. Of potatoes there wero 1,159 acred, produoing 118,798 bushels. Of meadow, there were 22,137 acre, producing 28,257 to of hay. 604,249 pounds df butter ware ii. triad in tbia ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 April 1862

Belmont Chronicle. [...] and 1st Proposed Lead. or. [From the Columbus Fact, 29th alt] x oeh'mgton City -'Tare or tho nmieof the American Union "ibj th frieuds of slav oligarch; and nulli- toation ver ainao the signing; of the Con "tRutiOnXllwm then that John J. Cal - fcouiv yar after year, exerted h'w mighty ' -ejaergioi to loiiwa tbe Southern mind airaimt the tra interest ant) th holy aima of pop- Blaraoremruent. It-waithare the leaders in His w hellish rebellion cottencted traaeon that ' ovoruy damonstnttei itralfin the attack up .on Fort Sumter, t And ntr,, ia thai slavory- K (uraetl oily, (he sytnpatiiiiers with Southern treason are con ooc ting a froth- orraniration aoCtlaalaamo Dameoraoy in whose name duff Pavi declared the Uuiori .oUJiese States adissJorVed: -This taorenient- is nndomood lla S ' made tinder the auspice of tho eon-' tttivn - and bordor State members of Congreaa, to counteract the measures of the extreme' '!RpqbKrares which, they' claim, t.wili prolong the war...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 April 1862

gelmottt (Ehtonule;( J " v -rfUBMBiir.D !.',';,'! '1, , '.' i every Tliuriilay Morning, li 1 0. L. B00RMAN. tirriOH-MMOiilt lliUl HulMInu, , uw 4wn KhI of Court lluuao. .. . s ifii'iuiii;irfl taste rakteribar. r annua, (U said wlililn .He year! ..- ...... .SI 90 Ml paid within ihinu a. of Six, ok, (pud in edvanc.,) - 1 E7N. paper dlaeoMinued until nil immfai are paid, leapt at tha option of the publisher. Business Cards. A.aS.'WELL8, . Attorney, at Law, ' 8 MARTIN'S FKRItY, BEL CO. O. '"J,I1,"J eolleUn and eecurlnf eleima. .D. D. T. COWEN, . Attorney at Law, 8T. CLAIRSVlLLfij 0. - '. "XFFIQB spot'eli.' at LeWa Hooee, eu ot.i Troll' ,Ty Biota. i- OOWEN & HOGE, .A-ttoriaeys- at c Xa.v O NT. CxV.A.lRHVlI-,IM. O. FFICE oppotiia lha Lewi. Houee, and orer Troll". ' ' Dr. John Alexander, T. CL.A-lriHVlI.I.lC, OHIO. fFF1CB AND RF.WDKNCU ill Uia Seminary Prop- v arty. Weat and of town. MEEOHANT TAILORS, M. C luliNvllle, Ohio, or fl fJloths, Casslmerei & Vegllnga ft wtrieh lliey will ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 April 1862

MX. OLA 1.1 SVlLIiKi -VHVKHDAVf APR1I. 1 ft !. SA HflMOMririoM trramt tnr Ineeetlmt In the afar.OTateja kaMnM felaline; w Dm orTire, ehnuM b "BrhMMt Okrantol. . Claiwille, Ohr." 111 T)i lee kearl'a kop nd bom ! Sr enf.l hand. Is nlor f le ' Tf elare have lit ma went" aoni., A ad ml r ww " ' fnmr foal t.t etanaara ebeel! , WMii breathes the foe but fall befur ua, Wl k rreadoaa a aoll beneath onr feet, Aa rreedem'a banner attaamXng u! FROM THE 43D REGIMENT. Editorial Correspondence of the Belmont Chronicle. ARMY OE THE MISSISSIPPI. CAMP NEW MADRID. April 7, 1862. em i , I . : : 1 . i 1HB Aruty Ul Ilia . woieriiiiiii IV wui w ' more. The inactivity that has reipncd su ' preiue here for the pail week, and allowed the rebels to bold undisputed possession of Inland No. 10 and the Kentucky shore, is ' about to be broken. The Pope has issued his edict, and the first division of this army, '. of which we form a part, will, within the Mit twe hours, be on its way for the Ken- . taoky shore. W...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 April 1862

Belmont Chronicle. hs Largest Cironlatlon of any paper published In Belmont County. Local Matters. OUR BRAVE DEAD. On last Monday evening Mr. Iaao Askew rnnnived from his ton. Cant. Frank Axkew, tha 16th tho following dinpatoh : SAVNANNAH, TENN., April 12, 1862. TV. .. J .... Nt. Cliiintilla. ": Starr Craft. Jo Hewetoon, John Camp bell killed. Five more wounded, not dnn- FRANK ASKEW. ThU sad news cast a gloom all ovor town. Two of these young men were from our very midst, and wore lovod by every body. Corporal Stacy B. Craft, when thefirnt rude blast of war founded last Spring, was one of the very first to spring into the ranks of the Erst volunteer company that left this town. He was active in filling up the com pany, and assisting in every way in his pow er In its oom pletion. lie served in the three months campaign in Western Virginia, In the 17th Ohio Regiment, and on coming home at once enrolled his name for three years or during the war. He was an effioient soldier In camp, In...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 April 1862

Belmont Further Particulars of the Great Battle at Pittsburg Landing. 'piirMBtriw Ldi:i, via FobtIIknry. April 9, 8.20 A. M. One of the gtoatost and bloodiest battles of mo Jem days has Jnflt eioeed, resulting in the complete rout of the cntmy, who attacked u at daybreak on Sun Any niorliin;. The battle In-ted without iaMrtaunon during the entire day, and was again renewed on Monday morning, and aontinmul Bmlajlld Until 4 o'clock in the Damn whnn th nnomv oontinencod to . 1 .(, O ..I InnnLi'liMMtll retreat, ana ro sun ujmj y"' """i pursued by a large force of our cavalry. t Th Unirhrer nn hoth aiilns has boon im- nnn Wt hare Inst in killed, wounded nrf miini from 1.800 to 2.0INI. and that ef the enemy ia estimated at from 3!i.0O0 to 4d4i : (There is evidently a mistake in the figures hero. I . The fight was brought on by 3'X of the JOth Mimouri mgimont, of (ion. Prentiss division, attacking the advance guard of the rebols, which they supposed to bo tuo pics ets of the enemy. Tha rnb...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 April 1862

. .. PCBLWHKD " 0ry Thnrrfy Morning, i .,,.. . ... . mm paid wihitbyew ....t..t.iil.. ft (Ml flab ! 8il,-h((niri hndtuc',l.t.t'i".i" 1 U V MM 41 tw ofAiM f ka fbhWe. - Slaves and Slavery How Affected by the War. SPEECH. OF. HON.JOHN SHERMAN. OF Ohio, HON.JOHN SHERMAN. OF Ohio, IN THE SENATE OF THE U. S. APRIL. 2, 1863. uim iui.uw.og joint rewiuuon M RrtolTM, Thnt th United Ptatee onfht to eo-oftemli it jt-iui any euia erniei mwr amor. e?aiuni ai hieh trmy atfopt frtatluH. a.ttUiihrnent of piBVftr, Citine-to hksi Smwiperutriarf oi W mh Pinw tn-iu 4tt4rM, loontjif rm Snwei pec utile rf oinVtig l need i4ntMiitr toomwttMflt iff- Am in- Mr. SHERMAN .aid !,,,- . . , ! Mr 'PRnihENT.' I have fictt heretofore 104 jtm dutgrto tUtouas any -of .tho ding; rrropdsitio -.felatiog to. Slaves or slavery. It u a difficult question, the bane 6f American politic, the most troublesome. vanoieet that ntiever. oxeited the attention ' 6f Congress. The War has thrown upon us the necessity qf passing a Varie...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 April 1862

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Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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